|An elementary treatise on plane trigonometry; with numerous examples and applications - Morrison, Joseph|
Keywords: Trigonometry, Plane
|The computation of the transits of Venus for the years 1874 and 1882, and of Mercury for the year 1878, for the earth generally and for several places in Canada, with a popular discussion of the sun's distance from the earth, and an appendix shewing the method of computing solar eclipses - Morrison, Joseph|
Keywords: Venus, Transit of
|A Best Practices System to Enhance CFD Use in Stability and Control Applications - Morrison, Joseph H.|
Successful use of CFD to provide aerodynamics for stability and control (S&C) applications will require that the traditional time and costs associated with CFD be reduced and that the errors and uncertainties currently associated with CFD be better understood. CFD will be required to work under a wide range of flow conditions and provide fast and reliable aerodynamics if it is to contribute to this next generation of S&C analyses...
Keywords: CARBON FIBERS; VACUUM; COMPOSITE STRUCTURES; DEFORMATION; EPOXY RESINS; RESIN TRANSFER MOLDING; FABRICATION; INFILTRATION; PREFORMS; THICKNESS
|Illustrated dime hand-book of the national capital - [Morrison, Joseph M. ] [from old catalog]|
|Morrison's hand book of the Hot Springs of Arkansas - Morrison, Joseph M. [from old catalog]|
|Comprehensive statement of the circumstances surrounding the exaction of the Japanese indemnity - [Morrison, Joseph M.] [from old catalog]|
|Biographical annals of the civil government of the United States - Lanman, Charles, 1819-1899|
Keywords: United States. Congress; United States -- Biography; United States -- Registers
|The chapter on reconstruction from the "Life of Thadeus Stevens" - Morrison, Joseph Barr. [from old catalog]|
|Argument of Joseph M. Morrison before the sub-committee of the Committee on foreign affairs of the House of representatives on the Japanese indemnity fund - Morrison, Joseph M. [from old catalog]|
|Best Practices for Reduction of Uncertainty in CFD Results - Mendenhall, Michael R.|
This paper describes a proposed best-practices system that will present expert knowledge in the use of CFD. The best-practices system will include specific guidelines to assist the user in problem definition, input preparation, grid generation, code selection, parameter specification, and results interpretation. The goal of the system is to assist all CFD users in obtaining high quality CFD solutions with reduced uncertainty and at lower cost for a wide range of flow problems...
Keywords: THERMAL EMISSION; IMAGING TECHNIQUES; MARS ENVIRONMENT; MARS SURFACE; MARS EXPLORATION; MARS PHOTOGRAPHS; PLANETARY GEOLOGY
|Turbulence Model Predictions of Strongly Curved Flow in a U-Duct - Rumsey, Christopher L.|
The ability of three types of turbulence models to accurately predict the effects of curvature on the flow in a U-duct is studied. An explicit algebraic stress model performs slightly better than one- or two-equation linear eddy viscosity models, although it is necessary to fully account for the variation of the production-to-dissipation-rate ratio in the algebraic stress model formulation. In their original formulations, none of these turbulence models fully captures the suppressed turbulence n...
Keywords: AIRCRAFT ENGINES; SUBSONIC FLOW; WAVE ROTORS; ENGINE ANALYZERS; NEURAL NETS; REGRESSION ANALYSIS; OPTIMIZATION; CASCADE CONTROL; AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE; ALGORITHMS; TURBOFAN ENGINES; SUPERSONIC JET FLOW
|Biographical annals of the civil government of the United States. From original and official sources - Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895|
Keywords: United States. Congress
|Prediction of Complex Aerodynamic Flows with Explicit Algebraic Stress Models - Abid, Ridha|
An explicit algebraic stress equation, developed by Gatski and Speziale, is used in the framework of K-epsilon formulation to predict complex aerodynamic turbulent flows. The nonequilibrium effects are modeled through coefficients that depend nonlinearly on both rotational and irrotational strains. The proposed model was implemented in the ISAAC Navier-Stokes code. Comparisons with the experimental data are presented which clearly demonstrate that explicit algebraic stress models can predict the...
Keywords: MICROGRAVITY; BIOTECHNOLOGY; MATERIALS SCIENCE; ECONOMICS; SPACE MANUFACTURING; INDUSTRIES; MARKET RESEARCH; TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION